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Start rocking your own marketing with Moon Jelly

Simply releasing music isn’t good enough anymore. In today’s digital world, you need to have a carefully thought-out marketing strategy. Imagine having your own team of experts to skyrocket your brand. Imagine taking over the world with your music. We can do that for you. Get a taste of the Moon Jelly magic with our three essential tips and tricks and start boosting your artist brand today.

1. Get more gigs

Although social media helps you to maintain a presence of your artist brand online, gigs are pretty important in allowing your brand to be ever-present within shows, and other offline events. As you establish a portfolio of shows, and network with promoters, it will become much easier to get yourself booked at loads of venues. But when starting out, things can be tough. Therefore, we suggest making a list of all the clubs within a 250-500km radius of your hometown that fit your genre. Reach out to them offering to play for free (and for them to only pay your expenses). As it is minimal risk for the venue, a large majority may say yes to having you at the venue if your music & press kit are good enough. The reasoning behind this strategy is that once you’ve played at multiple large venues around your country, it immediately allows you to command a high entry price for getting booked at venues. As Muhammed Ali said, “Suffer now, and live the rest of your life as a champion”.

2. Get more fans

 

Simply releasing music isn’t good enough anymore. In today’s digital world, you need to have a carefully thought-out marketing strategy. Imagine having your own team of experts to skyrocket your brand. Imagine taking over the world with your music. We can do that for you. Get a taste of the Moon Jelly magic with our three essential tips and tricks and start boosting your artist brand today. 1. Get more gigs Although social media helps you to maintain a presence of your artist brand online, gigs are pretty important in allowing your brand to be ever-present within shows, and other offline events. As you establish a portfolio of shows, and network with promoters, it will become much easier to get yourself booked at loads of venues. But when starting out, things can be tough. Therefore, we suggest making a list of all the clubs within a 250-500km radius of your hometown that fit your genre. Reach out to them offering to play for free (and for them to only pay your expenses). As it is minimal risk for the venue, a large majority may say yes to having you at the venue if your music & press kit are good enough. The reasoning behind this strategy is that once you’ve played at multiple large venues around your country, it immediately allows […]

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